Back pain is tough. Getting help doesn’t have to be.
Why Choose the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute?
See how Dr. Rimlawi has built the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute
to provide the absolute best in patient care.
At the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute, we’re all on the same team – and it’s yours.
From staff and surgeons to technology and techniques, we’ve brought together the best-of-the-best, all under one roof. Now, you can access all your doctors at the same location. You can benefit from state-of-the-art equipment and the most innovative techniques in the world. All of our doctors are fellowship-trained, spine specialists and we’re all on the same team – yours.
Here, surgery is always our last option and compassionate care comes first. Plus, your personal patient care coordinator will walk you through the entire process from start to finish. Welcome to the Minimally Invasive Spine Institute – where the process is as patient-friendly as the procedure.
The least invasive way to end
back and neck pain for good.
to customers specific needs
Superior diagnostics and
surgical treatment teams
Minimally invasive just got less invasive.
Recognized as one of the most advanced minimally invasive spine procedures available, the MicroCision technique is an excellent option for eligible MISI patients to treat back and neck pain in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar regions. With an incision as small as 3mm, specialized equipment skillfully goes around muscle and right to the pain source. With minimal trauma to the surrounding tissues, the MicroCision technique ensures our patients the most effective, least invasive option with the quickest recovery time. It’s minimally invasive, even less invasive. It’s MicroCision.
- Fellowship-trained specialists
- Customized treatments
- Innovative Pain Mapping
- Incisions as small as 3mm
- Outpatient procedures
- Smaller scars, quicker recovery
Call today and find out if you are a candidate for this innovative procedure. Whether you’re suffering from a herniated disc, spinal stenosis or a painful bone spur, our Microcision technique is the easiest way to get your life back.
(Slipped Disc, Ruptured Disc, Torn Disc)
A herniated disc is sometimes referred to as a slipped disc or a ruptured disc. It is often the result of an injury or trauma to the spine.
The peripheral nerves emerge from the spinal cord and are assigned particular sections of the body to communicate with— these sections are called dermatomes. Peripheral neuropathy is the result of damage to one or more of these nerves.
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"Everyone here takes the time to make sure we understand everything. Our doctor spends lots of time with us and makes sure we are comfortable with the information given to us. This is the friendliest doctor’s office I have ever been in."− Elizabeth
"Many Thanks to my doctor and all the staff including medical and clerical. They NEVER allowed me to give up on my welfare. They treated me as if I was part of the family there. I drive an eighteen-wheeler and spend all day sitting. Now, Zero Pain! Again, thank you all so much."− Johnny Gamboa
"After 8 years of pain, trouble walking, sleeping, and not being able to play golf, The Minimally Invasive Spine Institute has me on the course 3 days a week and all with an incision the size of my small fingernail."− Patrick Dickerson